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  • Track Mapping

    Track Mapping/Muting Solutions for eNGINE   eNGINE includes a flexible track mapping option. The audio can be treated as groups of tracks, in mono, stereo or 5.1 format. Any chosen group can be duplicated on to other channels, or swapped with other channels, or set to silence. This example workflow for files with 24 audio …

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  • eNGINE Loudness Solutions

    eNGINE Loudness Solutions   The Loudness compliance module within eNGINE is compatible with a range of Loudness standards. BS1770 rev 1 (without gating) BS1770 rev 3 (with gating) EBU R128 DPP TR-B32 OP59 Leq(A)   eNGINE measures the loudness in all of the channel groupings that you have defined, and can independently adjust all of …

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  • eNGINE Watchfolder

    Watch Folders   eNGINE contains a Watch Folder system (sometimes referred to as a Hot folder, or a Drop folder). Watch folders allow you to drop files into specific monitored folders. Each folder is associated with one of the workflow profiles that you have created. When a file is detected in a watch folder, it …

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  • Teamwork wins the day

    For those lucky enough to be English cricket-lovers, this summer has bought the unexpected pleasure of winning ‘The Ashes’ against Australia. The term originates from a satirical obituary published just after the tourists won their first series of ‘test matches’ on English soil in 1882, which drily stated that English cricket had died and “the …

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  • Engine crosses the chasm

    It began with eFF   “What people do with tapes, they will want to do with files.” This simple idea has formed the basis of our technology. When we started, loudness was a dominant topic and our early conversations with customers led to us designing our first product, eFF. Back then, post houses ‘The Mill’ …

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  • How Leo Ticheli Productions mixes TV spots faster with eFF

    Leo Ticheli mixes TV spots faster with eFF   This full-service production and post company in Birmingham Alabama were an early adopter of eFF, which they took to heart amongst their ‘family of professionals’ after a recommendation by a client.   The facility had been using a Dolby meter to measure loudness, but the results …

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